Behind the wheel of your Jeep, you aren't confined to city streets and highways. If your Wrangler O2 sensor quits, you lose your freedom completely. Replace this sensor every 30,000 to 50,000 miles to keep your Wrangler from leaving you stranded.
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The electronic control unit reads the messages that sensors send to make important adjustments and keep your engine running smoothly. The Wrangler oxygen sensor measures how much oxygen is in the exhaust so that the air-to-fuel ratio is consistent and doesn't lead to a drop in fuel economy. A failed sensor triggers the dash light, and the variance in the amount of oxygen causes stalling, rough idle and eventually, engine damage. Purchase Jeep Wrangler replacement oxygen sensors from AutoAnything when you want to do the repair yourself and enjoy our 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee.